Annotated Source List (Citations)

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Drew Rasmussen Rick Coonrod English 102 21 October 2010 Annotated Source List: What You Don’t Know About Drugs… 1. Peck, Peggy. Marijuana Unlikely to Cause Head, Neck, or Lung Cancer . WebMD, 2010. Web. 21 Nov. 2010. <www.webmd.com>. a. This is a good article to include in my paper because it talks about all of the “bad things” that marijuana smoking can do to you. It later goes on in the paper to expose these and present studies that disprove these ideas. The gist of the paper is about how smoking marijuana is not directly related to cancer. 2. Documenting the Complex Relationship Between Humans and Psychoactives . N.p., 7 Jan. 2010. Web. 21 Nov. 2010. <www.erowid.org/general/about>. a. This is hands down the best website on the web for brief summaries of drugs. It has every drug I will be researching and exposing the true negative side effects of. This website contains medical studies, and cited sources that give credit to medical studies on the adverse effects of drugs. This website has a lot of information on marijuana, psilocybin containing mushrooms, and LSD. 3. Vohr, Eric. HOPKINS SCIENTISTS SHOW HALLUCINOGEN IN MUSHROOMS CREATES UNIVERSAL “MYSTICAL”
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EXPERIENCE . John Hopkins Medicine, 11 July 2006. Web. 21 Nov. 2010. <http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/press_releases/2006/07_11_06.html>. a. This is a John Hopkins medical school paper written about the use of “magic mushrooms” also called teonanacatyl, meaning flesh of the gods. It goes into the positive psychological effects of the drug, and how they have been used to treat terminally ill patients, and give them a better outlook on life. It goes into detail talking about the misconceptions of mushrooms, and the false negative side effects that the public has labeled this fungi with. 4. LSD/Psilocybin for Anxiety Related to Life-threatening Illness . MAPS, 2009. Web. 21 Nov. 2010. <www.maps.org>. a. This article describes the various methods of treatment psilocybin (the active compound in mushrooms) and LSD have been used for. It is again published by a medical research company, and contains unbiased information. It is a good source to include as it will allow me to have a better idea of what positive side effects the drugs have and how these can be used to treat patients with psychological
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